Coffee should be black as Hell, strong as death, and sweet as love.
~ Turkish Proverb
It is cold and rainy today. I did not sleep too well last night and as such it’s a great time for coffee to keep me awake. Suanne made me Vietnamese Coffee which is also known as Cafe Sua Nong. Vietnamese Coffee is normally served in ice but I like it warm on a cold day like today.
Vietnamese coffee can be made simply by mixing black coffee with a lot of condensed milk. It is traditionally made by brewing the coffee with a small drip percolator into a cup containing condensed milk. We bought the percolator some time back from the T&T Supermarket. We can’t recall exactly how much it costs but it’s pretty cheap … something like $5 or so.
We use whole coffee beans and like to grind it just before we use it to ensure freshness. Coffee once ground deteriorates fast. Ignore the Folgers can on the picture below … we just used the can to store our coffee beans.
This is how we made our Vietnamese Coffee:
So, here it is … a cup of warm, black, strong and sweet coffee. Just what I needed for this blog. Enjoy!
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Be careful not to spill that coffe on the keyboard. It will be sticky!
god that looks so good. vietnamese coffee rocks.